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kapalulu

/ kapa.lulu / Haw to Eng, Pukui-Elbert,

vi., Whirring, as of quail taking flight; buzzing; roaring, as of an airplane; crackling, as of a fire; to whiz.

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v. To move; to tremble; to shake; to make a tremulous or buzzing sound.

s. A tremulous sound, as a fly buzzing in the ear.

Kapalulu (kă'-pă-lū'-lu), n.

/ kă'-pă-lū'-lu / Haw to Eng, Parker,

A tremulous sound, as a fly buzzing near the ear.

Kapalulu (kă'-pă-lū'-lu), v.

/ kă'-pă-lū'-lu / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. To move about irregularly and quickly, as in effort to fly away or escape.

2. To flap the wings rapidly, as a bird in its endeavor to get out of the fowler's snare.

3. To move; to tremble; to shake.

4. To make a tremulous or buzzing sound.

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